Issue #3351

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There isn't very much new on the Cybersalt Site today because I was working today on some background stuff instead.

I've made some major progress towards getting a complete, search-able, online system of every item that has appeared in the Cybersalt Digest (or other variations of it) since 1998. I'm really looking forward to having that done on the site as it's been one of the most requested features down through the years.

Enjoy the rest of today's digest.

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Here is today's CleanLaugh - "Proper Attire"

Proper attire is required in the cafeteria at the University of Maine. To enforce that rule, the management posted this notice: "Shoes are required to eat in this cafeteria."

Next to it, a student added, "Socks can eat wherever they want."

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Today's CleanPun - What's v

One of the basic equations of physics is e = hv, where v is the Greek letter 'nu' (pronounced new).

This can be written v = e/h.

If one physicist were to ask another, "What's new?" the other might answer, "e/h."

Today's One-liner

“The difference between God and a fighter pilot is that God doesn't think He's a fighter pilot.”

Today's CleanQuote

“Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.”

Today's Illustration - "The Good Old Days"
Featured Illustration items are well suited for introducing or illuminating a point in a sermon, speech, or devotional. Funny, moving, or perhaps even graphic, the point of them is the point you make with them.

A sales clerk asked his boss how to handle people who complained about the current prices compared to the low prices in the good old days.


"Just act surprised and tell them you didn't think that they were old enough to remember them."

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